1877 in China
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History of China • Timeline • Years
Events from the year 1877 in China.
- Dungan Revolt (1862–77)
- Northern Chinese Famine of 1876–79
- Shandong Famine Relief Committee was established with the participation of diplomats, businessmen, and Protestant and Roman Catholic missionaries to combat the famine
- Woosung Road railway purchased and dismantled by Viceroy of Liangjiang Shen Baozhen
- Gu Taiqing (Chinese: 顾太清; Pinyin: Gù Tàiqīng; 1799 – c. 1877) writer and poet, one of the top-ranked women poets of the Qing Dynasty.
- Yaqub Beg, killed in the Qing reconquest of Xinjiang
- Janku, Andrea (2001). "The North-China Famine of 1876–1879: Performance and Impact of a Non-Event" (PDF). Measuring Historical Heat: Event, Performance, and Impact in China and the West. Symposium in Honour of Rudolf G. Wagner on His 60th Birthday. Heidelberg, November 3rd–4th. pp. 127–134.
- Crush, Peter (1999). Woosung Road: The Story of China's First Railway. The Railway Tavern.